During an earnings call, Satya Nadella confirmed that with the next version of Windows, Redmond’s big plan is to roll three operating systems into one single OS.
We're only just beginning to see the potential of the internet of things. A wide range of devices able to exchange information over the web presents unprecedented opportunities for companies.
Consumer group Which? has compared the prices (exclusive of tax) of 13 identical products being sold in the US and UK, and concluded that Brits are getting a "raw deal".
Windows 9 looms ever closer, and leaked screenshots of a developer build hints that the new OS will include a Start Menu alongside windowed Metro / Modern-style apps.
A beta version of the virtual voice assistant will be released in less than a fortnight for Windows Phone 8.1 developers, complete with a British accent.
Modern programs are so complex that bugs are pretty much unavoidable, but Microsoft is looking at ways of reducing coding errors as much as possible, including a new experimental approach.
The digital assistant is being released to UK Windows Phone 8.1 users later on this year and developers will be able to start playing around with it in the next fortnight.
Two Chinese teams are battling it out for a share of the prize money at the most lucrative video game tournament in the world, The International, with the final set to be shown on ESPN.
Despite their phone and cable rivalry, Virgin Media and Sky have teamed up to allow Virgin Media customers to be able to stream Sky Movies and Sky Sports on Virgin Media's mobile app.
It has failed to implement any concrete plans to change the way in-app purchases work and Google was given praise for alterations to its own in-app purchasing model.
Larry Page, Google's CEO, is believed to be upset because Samsung has chosen to promote the Tizen platform, rather than Android, for its smartwatch range.